- Alexander Ezenagu, a young Nigerian academic, has got his PhD in tax law at McGill Law in Montreal, Canada
- Alexander also has two different first class degrees from University of Lagos and the Nigerian Law School
- The young Nigerian has a masters in law also from Cambridge University
A Nigerian man, Alexander Ezenagu, has got his doctorate degree from a Canadian law school, McGill Law in Montreal.
Before his new feats, Alexander had gotten two first class honours from the University of Lagos and the Nigerian Law School.
Added to those lofty academic feats is the masters he got in law from Cambridge University. His PhD was done in the area of tax law.
Alexander, on Wednesday, August 21, appreciated all those who helped him through the journey of getting his doctorate degree.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported how Bello Sam Bello got his PhD at the young age of 30, adding how he had toface the numerous challenges in his academic pursuit. He said that getting the degree at such a young age helped his critical ability and increased his capacity to collaborate with others.
Bello, however, said that his regret was that he never had any working experience while he was building his academic career.
Another Nigerian with the name Kelechi Nwankpa from Abia state got hers faster at the age of 28 from Commonwealth University, London.
It was said that the Nigerian went into real estate at the age of 19, starting her journey into entrepreneurship.
Kelechi got her first degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife.
Afterwards, she proceeded to get her MBA in information systems at the Dublin Business School, Ireland.
She owns a real estate management company called De-Sure Fraimz Toral Investment Limited which she manages with another business entity called Nigerian Real Estate Investment for Diaspora.
The second company is into real estate consulting, assisting Nigerians abroad in securing legal landed property.